Elon Musk’s new artificial intelligence project will receive training on Twitter – E24

Elon Musk’s new artificial intelligence project will receive training on Twitter – E24

Elon Musk says his new artificial intelligence company xAI will use publicly available messages from Twitter as training for the software behind the AI ​​models.

Elon Musk, here during a trade show in Paris last month, announced this week the start of xAI, a company that will develop artificial intelligence in competition with existing players.
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Musk, who owns Twitter and is chairman of automaker Tesla, said at a Twitter Spaces event on Friday that his companies should mutually benefit from development work and that the AI ​​company could help accelerate Tesla’s work through autonomous driving. cars.

Musk has previously criticized other AI companies for developing technology that he believes does not consider any risks AI could bring to humanity.

On Friday, he repeated what he said on Wednesday when announcing the creation of xAi that his artificial intelligence project aims to “increase understanding of the universe.” He thinks it’s important to create an alternative to Google, which is behind the AI ​​service Bard, and Microsoft-backed OpenAI, which is behind ChatGPT, and develop intelligence that can solve problems in the same way that humans do.

At the same time, Musk has accused all of the AI ​​companies of training their language models using Twitter data, which he believes they used illegally.

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Musk has fought for regulations within the AI ​​industry. Friday said he wanted meetings with the White House. He recently met with government officials in China where he discussed AI regulations.

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